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work in a somewhat safe environment, get up in the many boos and the buckets. i just heard that pepco is already reporting outoutages. it will be interesting to see if the guys come out this morning and see what the plan is. that's the latest. i'm tony tull. back to you. >>> dominion virginia is also ready for sandy. it has trucks pabllincked and r to be sent out from its office. they have about 2,000 outside crew members ready to help restore power as soon as sandy leaves town. >>> wards 3 through 8 each have their own designated relief center, and for specific locations in your ward, you can log on to and search relief centers. you should do that now rather than wait until you lose power. the american red cross also providing snacks and water for those seeking safe conditions during the storm. >>> prince george's county is trying to keep its administration building dry during sandy's heavy rains. crews put up a barrier of flood sacks. hydrobarriers have also been put up to keep out water. heavy rains from tropical storm lee flooded the building last september, caus
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